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District-level debate competition on July 26

By Our Staff Correspondent

BELLARY, JULY 16. Donimalai Iron Ore Mine of the National Mineral Development Corporation (NMDC), a Union Government undertaking located at Donimalai in Sandur taluk, will be organising a district-level Hindi debate competition for students from 9th to 12th standards at New VTC on July 26 at 11 a.m.

The subject for the debate is "Udaarikaran ki aarthik neeti ya Swadeshi neeti - Bharateeya pariprekshya me sarthakatha". Each participant will be given five minutes.

The first prize is a rolling shield "Chal Vyjayanti" and a purse worth Rs. 1,000. The second- and third-prize winners will be awarded Rs. 750 and Rs. 500, respectively. Consolation prizes of Rs. 200 will also be given.

Separate prizes will be awarded to Hindi-speaking and non-Hindi speaking students.

Participants and teachers accompanying them will be provided accommodation and travel expenses.

Each school can send the names of four participants (two Hindi and two non-Hindi speaking) before July 20, according to a press release by P.M. Johari, Deputy General Manager (Labour), of the company.

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